With travel support from the Fund for Latino Scholarship, Catherine will be able to present her work at the 2018 APSA Annual Meeting and participate in the 2018 Pre-Conference for Latino Politics Workshop.

Fund for Latino Scholarship:

The Fund’s primary goal is to encourage and support the recruitment, retention, and promotion of Latina/o political scientists (especially students and tenure track junior faculty); our secondary goal is to support research on Latino politics in the United States (especially students and tenure track junior faculty).

Professor Carroll was honored in recognition of her instrumental work in pioneering the study of women and politics three decades ago and in guiding it to become a well-established subfield of the American Political Science Association; and her work inspiring generations of students, and enhancing the reputation of Rutgers University throughout the world.

From GPP Mentoring Award Committee: "We recognize Kira Sanbonmatsu for assisting with the first GPP conference at Rutgers, which never would have happened without her support; her quiet and warm demeanor in comforting and reaching out to junior scholars, particularly women of color; her generosity of time through her presence on panels and in mentoring groups at multiple GPP conferences; her time connecting members of the GPP network with book publishing opportunities; and the example she sets of producing truly excellent scholarship in gender and political psychology."

Christabel Cruz receives travel award for APSA

The primary purpose of the Fund for Latino Scholarship is to encourage and support the recruitment, retention and promotion of Latino/a political scientists. A secondary goal is to support research on Latino/a politics.

 

Read more about Christabel.

Juliana Restrepo Sanín receives travel award for APSA

The primary purpose of the Fund for Latino Scholarship is to encourage and support the recruitment, retention and promotion of Latino/a political scientists. A secondary goal is to support research on Latino/a politics.

 

Read more about Juliana.

Mary Nugent receives Bevier Fellowship

Mary's research focuses on gender and politics in the U.K. and Europe.

Rebecca Kuperberg receives pre-dissertation research funding

Rebecca's research focuses on violence against women in politics. The funds allowed her to interview female MP's in Israel about resistance to their political leadership.

 

Mona Lena Krook named Carnegie Fellow Class of 2017

Prof. Krook will use the fellowship to conduct fieldwork and write a book on violence and harassment against women in politics as a rising global phenomenon.​

 

The Carnegie Corporation of New York announced 35 recipients of the 2017 Andrew Carnegie fellowships, with awards totaling $7 million. Each fellow will receive up to $200,000 toward the funding of significant research and writing in the social sciences and humanities—the most generous stipend of its kind. 

Sara Angevine wins WPSA Best Paper Award

Sara Angevine, a graduate of the Women & Politics Ph.D. Program in 2014, was awarded the 2017 Betty Nesvold Award for the Best Paper on Women and Politics presented at the 2016 Western Political Science Association meeting for her paper, "Aborting Global Women's Rights: How the US Represents Women Worldwide." She is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at Whittier College. 

 

 

Cathy Wineinger receives Carrie Chapman Catt Award & Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship

Cathy Wineinger has recently won two major awards to support her dissertation research: The Carrie Chapman Catt Prize for Research on Women and Politics, which is an annual competition designed to encourage and reward scholars embarking on significant research in the area of women and politics and the Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship in Women's Studies, which encourages original and significant research about women that crosses disciplinary, regional, or cultural boundaries.

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